[Mod_log_sql] Issue with mod_log_sql breaking CGI functionality in Apache2
mike_southworth at embarqmail.com
Mon Jul 7 10:25:25 EDT 2008
I last attached the access log instead of the error log apparently.
Third time's a charm.
Sorry about that,
Edward Rudd wrote:
> That is very strange.
> I can't think of any reason it would do that.
> Can you attach part the part of the apache error_log when this occurs??
> Also can you set the apache "LogLevel" command to "debug" when you do
> On Jul 1, 2008, at 5:38 PM, Mike Southworth wrote:
>> I would like to bring the following issue I posted to the Ubuntu
>> to the attention of the mod_log_sql mailing list:
>> A short description: Every time I enable mod_log_sql it breaks CGI
>> functionality in Apache2.
>> Hopefully someone might recognize the problem and be able to assist me
>> in getting the module working without taking out CGI in Ubuntu Hardy.
>> I am available with whatever configuration information is required
>> to duplicate and troubleshoot this problem.
>> Thank you,
>> Mike Southworth
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